Tuscany Hotel and Suites Las Vegas Review

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Last week my family and I visited Las Vegas, NV for the first time. It’s been two years since we U-Hauled our two-bed apartment back to Califonia. We lived in Las Vegas for six years and the city that never sleeps grew a big part of me. With that said driving to Las Vegas felt emotional and nostalgic. Every stop and gas station meant something which delivered mix emotions (at least for me.)

We have been planning on visiting Las Vegas since the birth of our son, but being new parents it was impossible to schedule around (at least for my husband and I.) Then last year, we put our foot down and made it our goal to visit. I search for hotels, airbnb.com, travel sites for deals and I found ours through an app called Groupon (not sponsored). I was able to book our stay for $22.00 per night plus tax excluding hotel fee. Which to me is a bargain, given we were staying for four nights.

My husband and I love traveling and from our travels, we have learned to travel frugally. Traveling for us meant enjoying the destination and budgeting our everyday expenditure. One big expense of traveling is food, which is why I always look for a hotel that provides at least a microwave or even better a kitchenette. I personally wanted to stay on an airbnb.com, but with the recent news, it’s been getting I had to pass for now.

Now onto my full review of Tuscany Hotel and Suites. I will start with the cons.

  1. Our room did not have a kitchenette or a microwave as advertised on Groupon. I was very disappointed because this will affect our daily food expenditure for the week. I know Tuscany Hotel and Suites have rooms with a kitchenette because some of our neighbors have a kitchenette. I don’t know if it was Groupon’s mistake or the hotel attendants. Either way, it changed my food budget (bummer.)
  2. Our front desk attendant is not all friendly. One reason I fell in love with Las Vegas is having one of the best customer services. Everyone’s accommodating and will go out of their way to help anyone (from my experience.) Our second day with Tuscany, both our room keys are not working, so I went to front desk to have it fixed and while I was there I asked why our tv is not accepting our HDMI. If the attendant left his comment on “some rooms works, but some don’t” I would have been fine, but he went on and said, “I wouldn’t send an engineer just to fix that.” First of all, I wasn’t even thinking of having them fix it. I asked hoping he could help me figure it out on my own. His snarky comment irked me and I felt disappointed, but I’m not saying everyone was like that. Only two out of the many attendants were.
  3. Tuscany’s walls are as thin as paper. Every step and move from the outside can be heard from our room. We stayed during the weekday, so it wasn’t that bad. Close to the weekend that’s when it started to be annoying. Since partyers are walking through the halls drunk and loud. From my hotel experience, most noises are kept to a minimum, especially a city like Las Vegas.

My cons are personal rants, but that’s the gift of owning my own blog. Now, to my pros.

  1. Location, location, location, Tuscany Hotel, and Suites is located behind Bally’s Hotel and Casino which is located on Las Vegas strip. If my husband and I traveled alone without a toddler everything would have been walking distance. Given we traveled with a toddler we had to drive to everything. I love that it’s close to the strip, but far enough from the chaos.
  2. Our bed and pillows from our hotel room are an extension if not better from our home. My two year old loved it so much, the night before check out I told him we’re finally going home and his response was “NOPE! NO NO NO” he did not want to come home. Our hotel was his new home.
  3. Water pressure in our shower and sink is something I dearly missed. Living in California for two years made me forget that Las Vegas, regardless of being in the middle of the dessert is not suffering drought. Sounds silly, but I enjoyed my showers at our hotel.
  4. Tuscany is a family-friendly hotel. It’s nice to walk around and find mommies with babies and toddlers. It may not mean much to most, but for any parents, especially moms seeing other parents with the same age as yours is assuring.
  5. Tuscany Hotel & Suites offers breakfast, and fine dining which I did not get to try, but Yelpers rated four stars with one hundred and ten reviews. Click Here to read the reviews on Yelp.com. I’ll try it next time we visit because I intend to stay with Tuscany again.
  6. They have a full gym with lap pool.

My final thoughts on Tuscany Hotel and Suites. I definitely recommend staying there especially if you can get a good discount online. My pros trump my cons and my cons are more personal than subjective. You can definitely overlook my cons depending on how picky you are. My husband has no complaint and my son loves the place. In my book, it’s a win for everyone.

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